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Art exhibition in Chalford extended for two weeks by popular demand

PUBLISHED: 10:18 11 April 2014 | UPDATED: 10:28 11 April 2014

Moon of Alabama by Lynn Chadwick

Moon of Alabama by Lynn Chadwick


Gallery Pangolin in Chalford specialises in sculpture and related drawings and prints. They have extended their current exhibition up to April 17

Away From The Flock by Damien HirstAway From The Flock by Damien Hirst

Sculptors regularly shown at the gallery include Anthony Abrahams, Ralph Brown, Jon Buck, Lynn Chadwick, Ann Christopher, Michael Cooper, Terence Coventry, Anita Mandl, Charlotte Mayer, Peter Randall-Page and William Tucker.

The initial inspiration for the gallery was the need for a showcase of the excellent sculptures cast at Pangolin Editions. This lead to a coincidental revival of the 19th century tradition of an association between art foundry and gallery.

Man Releasing Bird by Terence CoventryMan Releasing Bird by Terence Coventry

The gallery embrace a wide range of activities including major one-man shows, publications and collaborations with other galleries and museums. They also co-ordinate public commissions, curate exhibitions and act as artists’ agents.

The current exhibition, Sculptor’s Prints and Drawings 2014, opened on February 24 and has been extended to April 17.

Gallery opening hours: 10am - 6pm Monday to Friday, 10am - 1pm Saturday

Rainbird by Jon BuckRainbird by Jon Buck

Gallery Pangolin, 9 Chalford Ind. Estate, Chalford, Gloucestershire, GL6 8NT

Telephone:01453 889765 / / Fax:01453 889762

Cicero by Anthony GrahamsCicero by Anthony Grahams

Please drive slowly up to the security barrier and it will open. The gallery is closed for rehanging for at least a week before each new exhibition. Please check before setting out on a long journey.


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